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' Maggie doesn’t really think before she does certain things, so it’s good to have someone to say, wait a minute…' says Jason. ' I have admitted that being with Ed makes me more thoughtful about what I say.

I will always run into things, very enthusiastically, and sometimes it gets me in trouble.' Who doesn’t need someone to keep them in check sometimes?

But when it comes to making a relationship last how do two people that are fundamentally different make it from fancying each other down t’pub to living together and making it really, properly work? One likes solitude and a bit of peace and quiet most of the time, while the other likes to be out and about socialising.

Yet strangely enough a lot of couples are made up of this exact personality pairing.

Another couple I spoke to, Maggie,also 27, started dating when they were living together at uni but it wasn’t instantly obvious that Jason was an introvert.

But if one of you is an extrovert who’s always jumping at the chance to be out and about and the other needs more quiet time, it seems that could instantly pose a bit of a problem.

Things progressed from there.' Tasha, who thinks she’s somewhere between 80-90% extroverted, naturally took the initiative.

' I started trying to invite him to stuff” she explains.

' So actually, what seems like a compromise can really just be mutually beneficial over time.

And according to psychology today introverts can often learn extroverted behaviours from those around them, which helps them in social situations, and this can also work the other way around, as Maggie and Jason are familiar with.

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